EA Access has been allowing gamers around the world a sneak peek at the elaborate world of games made by its publisher, EA. The company has often given subscribers an early access to its ambitious projects, such as Battlefield 1, FIFA 17, and the latest entry to join the ranks is Mass Effect: Andromeda.
The well-known publisher will be giving gamers an early look at the highly-anticipated game for a 10-hour trial wherein the subscribers of the service will be able to play the game on March 16, 5 days before the game is released worldwide, after being delayed by several months. While Xbox One users can make use of the EA Access service, PC users have its sister service Origin Access to play the trial. PlayStation 4 users, it seems, have been left high and dry.
For the uninitiated readers, Mass Effect is a role-playing space adventure series and Andromeda is the fourth installment in the acclaimed story set between the events of the second and the third game.
As the company elucidates:
Mass Effect: Andromeda takes place in 2185, between Mass Effect 2 and 3 of the original trilogy. In the game players are Pathfinders as they are looking for a new home for humanity in the distant star system Andromeda. They are able to travel the worlds with Nomad land vehicles which protects them from hazards and enemies. They also have access to scanning and analysis tools to scan their environment as they look for new clues.
Being the first open-world environment in the series, the excitement for this game is palpable and this offer is sure to keep the fans of Mass Effect universe engaged. You can find out more about EA Access here.